This weekend in the Atlantic area, a search was made for a suspected man, a well-known Georgian businessman and a philanthropist who was killed on Thursday night in an obvious torture trial.
Jack Hough, 73, was seated in his car and his wife bought a pharmacy when the suspect turned to him about 20 hours ago. After a short struggle, Hough was shot in the chest
"It's pointless. I'm sad. I mean, my wife said last night that she could no longer cry, "said close friend Andy Piucci. “He was a great friend and just a wonderful man. It's just awful. ”
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Hough, an air force veteran, was taken to hospital and declared dead. He has largely created his success as the founder of MSE Branded Food Systems
"We have consolidated food courts that were a completely different concept than other people," said Vice President Ed Jones. Gainesville Times. "He invented how to meet the market demand that has not been met."
The company began operating in the consolidated food court model, which is now visible at airports, universities, shopping centers and hotels.
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Hough was known as a mentor for young people who want to start a career in business and was Hall Member of the Board of Dawson's Special Advocate Program for Offensive and Abandoned Children. in a secure home
"He was compassionate," said former program director Connie Stephens. "I think he has not only been successful as an entrepreneur in the community, but he really cared about it and what happened most."
Several people have suggested their ideas about Hough in social media as news about his death. Witnesses told the police that they had seen a man wearing all the black clothes, hood and mask around the parking lot behind the Atlantic WSB-TV.
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Gainesville, about 55 kilometers northeast of the Atlantic, has seen a spike in weapons-related crime in recent weeks. In January, several people were killed and one man was murdered.
“We understand that you are worried and concerned about your security in this city. We know that random acts of violence are not in Gainesville, Gainesville Police Chief Jay Parrish said on Friday in a video about violence.